IU Center for Bioethics & IU Center for Global Health
On Tuesday, May 30, Tizian Zumthurn, Doctoral Candidate, University of Bern will present "Medical Practice at Albert Schweitzer's Hospital in Lambarene (Gabon) 1913 - 1965: An Early Model of Global Health?" from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. in Room R121, Rotary Building (702 Circle Drive). Lunch is provided.
Based on 50 years of detailed records, this talk will describe the operation of one of the oldest and best documented hospitals operating in central Africa. Schweitzer (1952 Nobel Peace Prize) was neither a missionary nor government official, and the history of his hospital warrants comparison to contemporary NGO global health organizations.
On Tuesday, May 30, the IU Center for Bioethics & the IU Center for Global Health are hosting a special lunch seminar on Global Health Research and Bioethics. Tizian Zumthurn, Doctoral Candidate, University of Bern will present "Medical Practice at Albert Schweitzer's Hospital in Lambarene (Gabon) 1913-1965: An Early Model of Global Health" in RO121, Rotary Building, 702 Circle Drive from 12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m. Anyone interested in global health is welcome to attend.
On Thursday, June 1, please join the IU Center for Bioethics for the next TREATs (Translational Research Ethics: Applied Topics) Seminar. The presentation is "Authorship: What's old is new again" presented by Jane Hartsock, J.D., Assistant Professor, Medical Humanities. Location: HITS 3139. 12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m.